How to Wash Vinyl Shower Curtains

Nov 11th

If you want to have beautiful shower design, you can consider for having nice vinyl shower curtains which looks good and interesting. Try Hand wash a vinyl shower curtains can be a difficult task. Soap scum and water stains are difficult and often impossible to remove. For this reason, vinyl shower curtains are usually thrown in the trash unnecessarily. A vinyl shower curtain can be easily washed in the washing machine and good as new if you follow these steps. Remove the curtain hooks shower. Be careful not to tear the fabric. Put some towels small at the bottom of the washer.

dots PEVA clear vinyl shower curtains
dots PEVA clear vinyl shower curtains

Place the vinyl shower curtains in the washing machine and make sure the stained side facing outward. Put more towels in the washer over the curtain. Let the machine fills with water. Pour 1/2 to 1 cup liquid car wax cleaner in water. Close the lid and let the machine remove the dirt from the shower curtain. Once the cycle of the washing machine, remove the curtain slowly, as it might leave puddles.

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Vinyl shower curtains provide a barrier that keeps the water inside the shower while provide privacy to the occupant. These curtains are available in a variety of colors, designs and materials. Because they remain exposed to high humidity, it is not unusual to develop mold growth. The rust stains the curtains, and if left untreated, can spread to other parts through spores.